What is TEFL?
What exactly is Teaching English as a Foreign Language?
What is TEFL.NET?
About this website, its resources and aims
The Definitive Guide to TEFL
Frequently asked questions about TEFL, TEFL courses and TEFL jobs
Discussion and help for TEFL teachers, from teacher-training and jobs to special needs and ELT management
Useful resources for TEFL teachers from free downloads and articles to TEFL FAQs and glossaries, including terminology, teaching methods and links
Employment-related resources, including job offers, articles and tips
TEFL Jobs Board
Hundreds of job offers for English language teachers. Updated 24/7. Post Job FREE
The Definitive Guide to TEFL Jobs
TEFL Jobs Discussion Forums
TEFL/TESOL courses worldwide and online, where you can learn to teach English
as a foreign language
Ideas and resources to help you animate any class
Ready-made, copyright-free worksheets that you can print and use with classes of all levels
Articles, advice and other resources on teacher training and career development, including frequently asked questions, course lists and quizzes for teachers
Practical advice on matters such as setting up a school, staff employment and relations, school resources and marketing
TEFL or TESL?
What do TEFL and TESL mean? TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. TESL stands for Teaching English as a Second Language. TEFL is used when people teach English in a non-English speaking country. TESL is used when people teach English in an English speaking country. Is this important? Not very, for students. But there are some important technical considerations for teachers. See The Definitive Guide to TEFL.
An independent site with resources and objective advice for TEFL teachers
A comprehensive series of Frequently Asked Questions about TEFL
TEFL Links Directory
Websites of interest to TEFL teachers
New pages on TEFL.NET and EnglishClub
Expressions Quiz: Conflict
You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests comprehension of common English expressions used when talking about dealing with conflict.
Is a TEFL Certificate Worth it? YES, and Here’s WHY
Teaching English as a Foreign Language, also generally referred to as TEFL, is an introduction and a minimum qualification to teach English in certain countries. But the question most people ask is: Is a TEFL certificate worth it? TEFL certification is worth it, particularly if you want to teach in non-native English-speaking countries. A good […]
18 fun comparative/superlative activities
Stimulating practice combining comparative adjectives and superlative adjectives, including both comparative and superlative drilling games and communicative practice
10 Exciting Alternative Careers For ESL Teachers To Transition to
According to Forbes, companies like hiring teachers because of their exceptional communication, presentation, and leadership skills, which are also often underrated
Top 5 Strategies to Better Connect with Your Students
The following five strategies to better relate to your students will pay off big time by both improving student performance and making your job easier
Teach English in Vietnam After the Pandemic
The article describes how the Pandemic affected teaching in Vietnam, how it has recovered and which locations teachers can pick in Vietnam
10 Best Writing Tools for Online Teaching (and how to use them!)
What I found to be a good tool for us as teachers is any tool that helps us save time. And, more importantly, a tool that is accessible anytime and anywhere
Free resources for TEFL teachers to download
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6 Ways to SHUT UP
Required reading for all teachers